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NFOs expected to get 10 special draws this year

Analysts expect 10 special draws to be approved for each gaming company in the first quarter this year although number forecast operators (NFOs) are still working through their respective 10 special draws approved last October.

Hyundai CEO: Petrol tax may ease consumer uncertainty

NEW YORK: Consumers remain skittish about buying new cars not just because gas (petrol) is getting more expensive, but because they have no idea which direction prices will go next, said Hyundai's top U.S. executive, calling for a flexible gas tax designed to keep pump prices stable.

All Blacks to face Wallabies in Tokyo

TOKYO: Tokyo has been confirmed as the host city for this year's fourth Bledisloe Cup match between Australia and New Zealand.

Rein in expenses before implementing GS tax

THE final straight for Budget 2010 is around the corner and as usual, the familiar drum beat for tax cuts and all sorts of tax breaks and reforms is heard both near and far.

Constant battle to stay afloat

To keep online news websites and portals afloat is a big struggle and it is even a greater challenge to make it a profitable business venture.

ANALYSIS - Battle lines drawn over soda, junk food taxes

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Increasingly vocal calls for taxes on sugary drinks and junk food are fueling a behind- the-scenes battle that public health officials say is reminiscent of America's war on cigarettes.

The Tobin tax revisited

The eventual outcome of the tax is still uncertain.

BN rep wants Terengganu govt to have proper plans

A Barisan Nasional backbencher on Tuesday asked the Terengganu government to prepare proper plans for every development project instead of resorting to 'ad hoc implementation.'

State govt urged to have plans for project

KUALA TERENGGANU: A Barisan Nasional (BN) backbencher has urged the Terengganu government to prepare more comprehensive development plan instead of resorting to ad hoc implementation.

Big brother to drive away cars

The Singaporean's love affair with the car remains strong, but the authorities seem determined to break up the relationship with a plethora of taxes designed to make owning one as stressful as possible.